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The Duchess of Dantzic   

Daly's Theatre, (1/16/1905 - 4/15/1905)
First Preview: Total Previews: 0
Opening Date: Jan 16, 1905    
Closing Date: Apr 15, 1905 Total Performances: 93

Category: Musical, Operetta, Romance, Original, Broadway
Description: An opera in three acts
Setting: Paris, France

Production Staff
Produced by George Edwardes
Music by Ivan Caryll; Book by Henry Hamilton; from "Madame Sans Gene" by Victorien Sardou and Émile Moreau; Lyrics by Henry Hamilton; Musical Director: Barter Johns; Featuring songs with lyrics by Adrian Ross
Directed by Holbrook Blinn; Choreographed by Willie Warde
Scenic Design by Thomas Mangan, Homer Emens and Edward G. Unitt; Costume Design by Percy Anderson
Adrienne Augarde
Renee de Saint Mezard
Holbrook Blinn
Napoleon Bonaparte
Napoleon I
Philip H. Bracy
Captain Reignier
M. D'Alegre
Helena Byrne
Comtesse de Laborde
Cecil Cameron
M. De Montmorenci
Evelyn Cottee
Mme. de Chatel
Ridgwell Cullum
Comte de Narbonne
A. J. Evelyn
Sergeant Flageot
Elizabeth Firth
Caroline Murat
Ethel Forsyth
Mme. de Beauffremont
May Francis
Mary Grant
Evie Greene
Catherine Upscher
Frank Greene
Corporal Gildon
Comte de Chanteloup
Martin Hayden
Comte de Laborde
Grace Heyer
Empress Josephine
Agnes Matz
Mlle. de Legrange
Courtice Pounds
Lempriere Pringle
Sergeant Francoise Lefebvre
Lawrence Rea
music by Ivan Caryll; lyrics by Henry Hamilton
(Unless otherwise noted)
ACT 1 Sung By
Here you may gaze upon a bevy of beauty Lisette, Jacqueline, Mathilde and Laundresses
When the trumpets sound to arms Soldiers
Wine of France Sergeant Francoise Lefebvre and All
My Sabots Catherine Upscher
Do You Remember? Sergeant Francoise Lefebvre and Catherine Upscher
Dear Francois Catherine Upscher, Sergeant Francoise Lefebvre, Papillon and Phillipe
Forgive me, pray Phillipe
The tyrant is shaken Soldiers, Mob, Laundresses and Chorus
Aha, my boy, I give you joy Captain Reignier
Brothers in Arms Catherine Upscher
Then haste to the wedding
ACT 2 Sung By
Old days have come again in full felicity Captain Reignier, Pauline, Caroline Murat, Ladies and Courtiers
La Petit Caporal
(lyrics by Adrian Ross)
Renee de Saint Mezard and Chorus
Here in big boxes we bear Chorus
I'm the Milliner Monarch of Paris Papillon and Chorus
La Midinette Lisette and Chorus
Assent to no divorce I can Catherine Upscher, Francois, Napoleon I, Adhemar and Courtiers
ACT 3 Sung By
Mirror Song Catherine Upscher
Once the lips the Bourbon owned Ladies and Courtiers
The Legend Olden Catherine Upscher and Napoleon I